Keep Your Dog Happy With These Yummy Puppy Pops

There is something that all of us who have a dog at home have in common. We absolutely love those animals with all our heart! In fact, we would do anything to ensure that those dogs are comfortable and happy. This will include giving the dog all of the love and attention that they could possibly handle and, of course, making sure that we take care of their basic needs.

If you own a dog, it is likely that you already realize that they have one particular love in common as well. Almost every dog has a love of food and when you put something in front of them that is tasty, they will absolutely devour it. In fact, you could almost swear that many dogs have a huge smile on their face, anytime they are eating. That is why you are going to appreciate this special recipe that allows you to make a puppy pop treat for your dog at home.

Puppy Pops are a delicious treat that can be made for dogs and they have many benefits that you will appreciate. Not only are they made with all of the delicious flavors that your dog will absolutely love, they also are cool so that they will be a perfect treat to keep your dog cool in the summer time. You can even get the children involved in preparing these treats and they were absolutely love the fact that they are taking care of their furry friend as well.

These treats are easy to make and you can give them to your dog on a daily basis. You should be cautious about any allergies that your dog may have and you may not want to feed them so much that their weight could be a problem. Other than that, it’s a great way to show your dog you care about them.


1 cup Peanut Butter
1 cup Greek Yogurt
2 Tablespoons Honey
Chew sticks

Dixie cups (or small cups)


Mix the peanut butter, greek yogurt, honey and banana in blender.

Spoon the mixture into your little cups until they’re 3/4 full.

Stick a bone or chew in the middle of the cup (make sure half is sticking out of the mixture).

Freeze for at least for hours (best left in freezer overnight). Once frozen, remove the paper cup and let your pups go wild!

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